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post #2171 of 5147 (permalink) Old 06-29-2012, 05:36 PM
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Any of the late night dvd workout selections worth it, might download a couple and mix and match the exercises i need, not got much space in the room i'm at the min to be jumping around.

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That's because you can't chose where you 'tone'. You need a low body fat to see them, so your diet is key. There's nothing you should 'not' eat because it's all down to having a proper caloric deficit whilst hitting your daily macros for the required nutrients. It's also reasonable to assume, depending on your LBM, you might need to bulk then cut so you've actually got some mass in that area.

Personally my front squats hit my abs enough as it is, but I'll throw in a few sets of weighted leg raises (and hanging leg raises) if I have some extra energy spare after a workout.
I've started to swim 40 minutes every tuesday and thursday on my cardio days.
Would you say that will help? Or not any effect at all?

I've started trying to alter my workouts to focus on my abs, but I do find it hard.
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Yeah, it'll all help providing you have muscle to cut down to. You should know exactly what calories you need to be losing fat (or adding muscle) each day too; so much more efficient than guessing.

Best advice is to work on your overall compound lifts and the abs will generally take care of themselves.

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Anyone got a solid programme for Abs?
Including what NOT to eat?

Seems to be the hardest place for me to tone up on.



Lol @ "Tone up"


Try lifting, do cardio and eat high protein medium carbs and low fat. Build your core from doing squats and deadlifts.


None of the girly "tone up" and "programme for abs"
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Dunno if this has been talked about recently but what do you guys do for a back workout? I've never really found anything that really made it feel good.

Been a bit lazy this Summer but the gym I used to go to has a really cheap deal right now.
deadlifts and rows if using free weights, lat pulldown, rows, pullups if using machines.


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Bent over rows are the absolute best back exercises imo.

(I'm taking it for granted that everybody who lifts should be doing deadlifts regularly, along with squats and bench presses)
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Bent over rows are the absolute best back exercises imo.

(I'm taking it for granted that everybody who lifts should be doing deadlifts regularly, along with squats and bench presses)
I wouldn't assume that in here.

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Lol @ "Tone up"


Try lifting, do cardio and eat high protein medium carbs and low fat. Build your core from doing squats and deadlifts.


None of the girly "tone up" and "programme for abs"
I was just asking, and yes i want to tone my abs.
Theres nothing girly about it.
I don't go around acting like I know anything about it, I just go to the gym 4 times a week and work my ass off.
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Yeah, the fuck outta' here with bashing others for asking questions.

Bash others if they start passing off misinformation as fact, but only then. Although you won't need to because I'll have already handled it.

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You get abs from dieting and lifting weights. There is no such thing as toning up to get abs. its all in your diet
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